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New Launch: Heesen 50M superyacht "Monaco Wolf"

Discussion in 'Heesen News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Apr 14, 2014.

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  1. Heesen launches 50-meter superyacht "Monaco Wolf"


    Dutch luxury yacht manufacturer Heesen recently launched the 50-meter superyacht that was being built under the project name 'Azuro' (YN 16650). Now that she has been launched, and now christened by her owners, the new name is "Monaco Wolf". M/Y Monaco Wolf can accommodate up to twelve guests in six staterooms. The master suite is located in the traditional area on the forward main deck. Both bedroom and bathroom are full-beam with windows running along their entire length. The other guest suites are found on the lower deck and include a full-beam VIP, two double and two twin cabins. The interior has custom lighting to suit the needs of the situation. The design is enhanced by particular attention to the lighting systems throughout the yacht. Custom-controlled lighting can transform the atmosphere from bright party mode through to pools of subtle illumination.

    The latest MTU engines, 16V 4000 M73Ls, power Monaco Wolf, resulting in a top speed of 23-knots and a range of over 3,100 nautical miles. The highly distinctive flowing lines were designed by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects and embody the Heesen family look and feel with its iconic reverse sheer ‘pelican beak’ bow. Continuous sheets of laminated triple glazing have been thermo-bonded to the superstructure creating a seamless wall of windows resulting in a striking contemporary look. Monaco Wolf will be tested in the North Sea before being delivered to her Owners at the end of May 2014.

    For more information:

    Heesen Yachts
    Rijnstraat 2
    5347 KL Oss
    Netherlands
    Heesen Yachts - Home

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